In this day and age, most people have a camera with them wherever they are. And this is particularly true when parents are at their kids’ football games or practices. There’s the camera in your phone, or maybe a point-and-shoot, or possibly something full-sized, or something in between. After a while though, you’ll find that you have a ton of great pictures of your kid in action, but those photos might be in a jumbled mess of folders and memory cards. Having the photos organized somewhere doesn’t just make for a great album to look at. You and your kid can also use those photos to keep track of how his or her game develops.
Many parents end up posting their kids’ photos to social media. That’s alright. Other parents, however, want to have their own website, so they have greater control over how the photos look, and how everything is organized. It isn’t really that hard to do nowadays. You’ll want to set up the website with some help, probably. In my case, I turn to a company like Hoopla hosting service. These firms can help you get the url that you want, and set up the structure of your site so that the content flows, makes sense and is easy to navigate.